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Bad TPMS...how to?

My basic TPMS in my Laredo keeps flashing and beeping. All my tires have great PSI. How would I check to find out which TPMS is bad?
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Re: Bad TPMS...how to?

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My basic TPMS in my Laredo keeps flashing and beeping. All my tires have great PSI. How would I check to find out which TPMS is bad?
Haven't had this on a Jeep (don't have it yet) but it could be a TPMS fault(likes to happen when lots of moisture gets in tire)...dealer will be able to tell you for sure

EDIT: Just remembered...I used to throw codes when my PSI got above 40.
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Re: Bad TPMS...how to?

Had the same issue. The dealer can find out what it is with the Starscan. It will either be a sensor in the wheel, or the module. Mine was two rear wheel sensors.
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